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Between the acts he mustered his following - three fellows he knew from the nail works, a railroad fireman, and half a dozen of the Boo Gang, along with as many more from the dread Eighteen-and- Market Gang.
It's to swear to stand by one another, and never tell the gang's secrets, even if you're chopped all to flinders, and kill anybody and all his family that hurts one of the gang.
He said, some of it, but the rest was out of pirate-books and robber-books, and every gang that was high-toned had it.
This circumstance induced Gurth to believe both that the gang was strong in numbers, and that they kept regular guards around their place of rendezvous.
Then came the day when Hughie reprimanded one of the boys and was nearly killed by the gang.
He must be going this journey to help the Bow Street officers to identify some one of our scattered gang of whom they were in pursuit.
Jurgis and his gang joined in the sport, every man singling out his victim, and striving to bring him to bay and punch him.
All was full of life, buoyant and rejoicing;--all but Haley's gang, who were stored, with other freight, on the lower deck, and who, somehow, did not seem to appreciate their various privileges, as they sat in a knot, talking to each other in low tones.
I lay in the shade, brushing the flies off and directing operations, while Saxtorph bossed his hospital gang.
He came at length to where a steep rock intervened between him and the gang, for he saw the light of their lantern shining up against the branches of the trees on the other side.
They went deliberately, stopping to see what each gang was doing, as if they were on an ordinary round of inspection.
At Yea, on the other hand, the personation and robbery would ever after be attributed to a member of the gang that had waylaid and murdered the new manager with that very object.